Explore - Curiosity
Join Teton County Library in celebrating our 75th year as a public library! Our official birthday is in January, but we’ll keep the revelry going all year round, with monthly themes that spotlight and celebrate what the library and community offer to one another.
Below, find fun online resources and books to explore based on this month’s theme. Enjoy!
Curious about Animals? The National Geographic Wildlife Films allows kids to enjoy movies of a wide variety of animals, including a live eagle nest webcam.
Curious about Art? Go visit the Museum of Modern Art in New York City with an alien from outer space.
Curious about Design? This website where kids can meet a designer, think like a designer and design their own project. The topics include fashion, graphics, books, film, theater, architecture, animation and environment.
Curious about Space? Explore our solar system and beyond.
Curious about Everything? Take a virtual tour, learn about science, natural history, aviation, dinosaurs, or whatever else interests you.
Call #: J PICTURE BROWN P
The curious garden
Author: Brown, Peter
Summary: One boy’s quest for a greener world… one garden at a time.
Call #: J 595.713 HEOS B
What to expect when you’re expecting larvae : a guide for insect parents (and curious kids)
Summary : Describes where insects lay their eggs, how many babies they have, what the babies will eat, and how to keep the babies safe from harm.
Call #: J PICTURE FENTON J
What’s under the bed?
Summary: The classic tale of an imaginative child wondering just what might be under his bed is now told in a brand-new way.
Call #: J STEWART T
The mysterious Benedict Society : Mr. Benedict’s book of perplexing puzzles, elusive enigmas, and curious conundrums
Author:Stewart, Trenton Lee
Summary: Grade 59After Reynie Muldoon responds to an advertisement recruiting "gifted children looking for special opportunities," he finds himself in a world of mystery and adventure
Call #: 372.21 TOUGH P
How children succeed : grit, curiosity, and the hidden power of character
Author: Tough, Paul
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